Volume 38, 10 No. December 10 December 2015 Volume 38, No. 2015
Guides Amelia, Sara and Helena at the Big Gig (see P. 37)
FESTIVE CELEBRATION CONCERT There are still a few tickets available for a Christmas concert-‐ A Festive Celebration, on Tuesday 8 December at 7.30pm. This wonderful event will be held in the beautiful church of All Saints, Churchill, OX7 6NU. The evening will be a celebration of Christmas, with seasonal music from the talented Voice Box choir (www.voiceboxchoir.co.uk ) and festive readings from local celebrities including Jane Booker, Lynn Farleigh, Sue Cook and Paul Greenwood and Claire Nielson. Tickets are £20 each (including refreshments) and we encourage supporters to book early to avoid disappointment. Please download an application form from our website www.khh.org.uk or call the Fundraising Department on 816484 to book your tickets.
! Rio goes to Wembley! (see p. 37)
A festive frolic through the beautiful village of Adderbury. See p.39 22
1 Gardening Club – Christmas Party – Church house – 7.30pm – members only 2 Photographic Society - Presentation by John Credland APAGB: 'Salon de Refusées.' - Cartwright Hotel, Aynho – 7.30pm 3 Adderbury WI – Social evening - Institute – 7.30pm 4 5 & 6 Christmas Tree Festival – St Mary’s Church 5 Parish Council Surgery – Church House – 11.00am to 12 noon 5 Quiz night – Bowls Club - 7.30pm 6 Victorian Carol Concert – St. Mary’s Church – 4.30pm 6 Adderbury Christmas Lights switch on – 28 St Mary’s Rd – 6.00 to 9.00pm 9 Adderbury Evergreens – Carol service and tea – Methodist Hall – 2.30pm 10 Royal British Legion meeting – Bowls Club – 2.00pm 10 Adderbury History Association – Christmas Party- Methodist Hall – 7.30pm 11 Adderbury Cine Club - The Intouchables - Institute – 7.30pm 12 FOCAL Festive morning in Church House – 10.00am to 12 noon 17 Adderbury Community Food Market – Indoor Farmers’ Market and social evening – Institute - 6.00 to 8.00pm 17 Adderbury Running Club’s 'Runners Hour' – The Bell – 8.00pm 18 Adderbury Friday Club – Christmas lunch – 12.30pm – for all homeworkers – details Nick Fennell 811059 23 Adderbury Evergreens – Christmas Party – Methodist Hall – 2.30pm 23 Adderbury Carol Crawl - start Pickled Ploughman - 7.00pm JANUARY 2016 2 Parish Council Surgery – Church House – 11am to 12 noon 2 Quiz night – Bowls Club - 7.30pm 6 Photographic Society – Members’ evening: 'My three best photographs of 2015' Cartwright Hotel, Aynho – 7.30pm 7 Adderbury WI - All the Queen's Horses - Lt. Col. Lewinski – Institute - 7.30pm 8 Adderbury Cine Club – Wild Things - Institute – 7.30pm 10 Latest Date for Diary Entries and Copy for February Contact 13 Adderbury Evergreens – Methodist Hall – 2.30pm 16 FOSMA presents ‘Damavand’ – A Ski Ascent of Iran’s Iconic Volcano talk by Jonathan White - Institute -7.30 pm 18 Adderbury History Association – Alan Walker 'The Walker family history and Veterinary Business' - Methodist Hall – 7.30pm 19 Parish Council meeting - Church House – 7.30pm 20 Photographic Society - Workshop led by Simon Lutter on 'Correct exposure’ Cartwright Hotel, Aynho – 7.30pm 22 Burns night supper and dancing - The Institute - 7.30 to 11.30pm. Tickets £17.50. All proceeds to Christopher Rawlins Primary School. Details: Stephanie Lea 812204. 27 Adderbury Evergreens – outing - to be arranged cont. on p.4 3
cont. from p.3 28/29/30 – ATW Panto – Sleeping Beauty – The Magnificent Story! – Institute 29 Adderbury Friday Club – for all homeworkers – 12.30pm – details Nick Fennell 811059 FEBRUARY 2016 2 Gardening club - Presentation by Malcolm Moody on ‘Orchids of Thailand’ Church House - 7.30 to 9.30pm 4 Adderbury WI – Recycling - Andrew Jenkins – Institute - 7.30pm 5 Adderbury Cine Club - Institute – 7.30pm 6 Quiz night – Bowls Club - 7.30pm 6 Parish Council Surgery – Church House – 11.00am to 12 noon 11 Adderbury Community Food Market – Indoor Farmers’ Market and social evening – Institute - 6.00 to8.00pm 15 Adderbury History Association – Dan Allen ‘Women and the Victorian Army ‘ Methodist Hall – 7.30pm 23 Parish Council meeting - Church House – 7.30pm 25 FOCAL talk on the Waddesdon Manor ‘IT ‘ girls – Church House – 8.00pm 26 Adderbury Friday Club – for all homeworkers – 12.30pm – details Nick Fennell 811059 26 McMillan Mammoth Quiz – Institute – 7.00pm – details 810280 26 PTFA Family Bingo Night – Christopher Rawlins School 27 FOSMA presents Oxford City Choir - St Mary’s Church - 7.00pm.
LOST 9 year old large Ginger cat has been missing since 12 September, from Adderbury family desperate for his safe return. If anyone has taken in or knows someone who has taken in a Ginger cat recently, please contact Karen on 07817 922361, or if anyone sees a cat answering to Simba's description please take to the vets as he is chipped.
FOUND Did you lose your house keys 24 Oct? Saturday 24 October at the Institute after the "1945s party" Yale key etc (looks like house keys) found Please call 810704
COFFEE AND CHAT is held each week on Tuesday 10.00am to 12 noon at the Methodist Hall. VILLAGE COFFEE is held every Friday at Church House 10.00am to 12 noon. You will be very welcome at both these venues LIP-READING CLASSES are held on Thursdays 10.00 to 11.30am at The Church Room, Hempton. Further details from Moira Byast on 01869 338637. 44
ADDERBURY LIBRARY OPENING TIMES TEL:810545 Tuesday: 10.00am to 12.00 and 3.00pm to 7.00pm Thursday: 2.00pm to 5.00pm and 6.00pm to 7.00pm Friday: 10.00am to 12.00 and 2.00pm to 5.00pm Saturday: 9.30am to 1.00pm ADDERBURY POST OFFICE OPENING TIMES Tuesday and Friday: 9.30am to 12.00 noon (Note change of hours) ADDERBURY STORES OPENING TIMES TEL:367295 Monday - Friday 7.00am to 7.00pm Saturday 7.30am to 7.00pm Sunday 7.30am to 3.00pm TO BOOK A VENUE Book online at www.adderburyinstitute.com Institute Church House Richard Davis 811557 Methodist Schoolroom Rhoda Woodward 810964 Lucy Plackett Activity Centre Becky Cheesman 07941062096 Bowls Club The Club 811118 FARMERS MARKETS Adderbury Banbury Chipping Norton Deddington
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CHURCH SERVICES ST MARY’S CHURCH, ADDERBURY & ST JOHN’S CHURCH, MILTON Rev. Stephen Fletcher, Vicar. 810309 Contact for Weddings, Baptisms or other pastoral needs ST MARY’S (Our regular pattern of services continues throughout the Season) Dec 11 Dec 24
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Christingle Service Crib Service First Communion of Christmas Holy Communion with Carols Parish Christmas Communion Service Nine Lessons and Carols
ST JOHN’S, MILTON
Dec 17 Dec 20 Dec 25
6.00pm Christingle Service 6.00pm Nine Lessons and Carols 9.15am Christmas Communion Service
METHODIST CHAPEL SERVICES (10.30am) Revd Lin Francis Tel 262602
Dec 6 Dec 13 Dec 20 Dec 27
Led by members of the congregation Deacon M. Hale Carol Service led by Rev. Lin Francis United service at Easington Methodist Church
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Roman Catholic masses are also held every Sunday at 9.00am at the Anglican Church of St. Peter and St. Paul in Kings Sutton and since the closure of St. George's Chapel, Adderbury, many of the Adderbury congregation now worship there. ADDERBURY QUAKER MEETING HOUSE - Horn Hill Road OX17 3EW. (Gate labelled ‘No Dogs Allowed’) Correspondence Clerk – Judith Mason – Tel 720900 Meeting for Worship at 2.30pm on 3rd Sunday in March, June, September, and December. Everyone welcome.
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VILLAGE SERVICES A recent report on village services highlighted the importance of village shops and the interdependence of village services. Village shops were highlighted as having particular benefits for: Older residents who may have long term or temporary inability to drive and thus become dependent upon the village shop. Children who benefit from using a local shop as their first experience in life of shopping and spending money. Acting as an unpaid community hub e.g. selling tickets for village pantos, concerts, firework displays (Adderbury Stores fulfils this role). Interdependence. The report showed that once a village loses one service (be it a shop, pub, library or post office) it often then loses other services relatively quickly. In Adderbury when the shop closed in January 2015 the Post Office business halved (since the re opening of the shop the Post Office business has returned to its previous level) and the library lost some users who started to go to Deddington for shopping, Post Office and library services.
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So if Adderbury loses one service it could lead to the loss of others. Note from the editor: For opening times for Adderbury Stores, the Post Office and the Library see the Local Services section of the Contact. Let's keep our services by using them!
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ADDERBURY CINE CLUB - 2015/2016 Season
Our next film will be on Friday, 11 December 2015 when we will be showing comedy drama The Untouchables 2011 version (also known as the Intouchables on IMdB), Dir. Oliver Nakache, Eric Toledano, certificate 15.
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In Paris, the aristocratic and intellectual Philippe is a quadriplegic millionaire who is interviewing candidates for the position of his carer, with his red-haired secretary Magalie. Out of the blue, the rude African Driss cuts the line of candidates and brings a document from the Social Security and asks Phillipe to sign it to prove that he is seeking a job position so he can receive his unemployment benefit. Philippe challenges Driss, offering him a trial period of one month to gain experience helping him. Then Driss can decide whether he would like to stay with him or not. Driss accepts the challenge and moves to the mansion, changing the boring life of Phillipe and his employees. The film will start at 8.00pm (doors open 7.30pm). Tickets are £4 for casual members and £6 for non-members. There will also be a bar selling wine, beer, soft and hot drinks. For tickets contact Helena Scott by email at email@example.com or phone 810708.
Contact: Mr Timothy C Rose
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Further Dates On 8 January 2016 we will be showing Wild Tales (2014, dir. Damian Szifrón, Certificate 15, in Spanish with subtitles), Academy Award Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film. Six stories combining thriller, drama, comedy and revenge. Time Magazine Review states “Tales of Apocalyptic Revenge. The year’s most fearlessly funny film.” Our film on 5 February 2016 is yet to be decided at the time of going to print. Check www.adderbury.org nearer the time and remember you can follow us on facebook or twitter for up to date information. Times and tickets as above.
A PLEA for plastic bags!
When we deliver the bundles of Contacts each month they are put into a bag (to save them getting wet) and left on the deliverer's doorstep. Our main distributors are running out of bags. If you have any to spare could you please contact Sandra Fearne (Tel 816767) – she will collect!
Adderbury Lakes - progress and plans As our regular visitors may have seen, much has been achieved at the Lakes since the spring to improve both the habitat and the visitor experience. The kingfishers have been sighted by a few lucky visitors and evidence of a rare form of bat has been found in one of the bat boxes. Funding from the Parish Council and a generous grant from the Trust for Oxfordshire’s Environment have enabled us to restore two large sections of paths. We plan to make further grant applications so that access and paths can continue to be improved. There has been work on the lower Lake to stop leaks in the bank and this has made a significant improvement to water levels, improving flow over the lower waterfall. The Lakes have also been treated with Siltex to improve water quality and reduce silt levels. The hedge by the Lake has been expertly laid and a new species-rich hedge by the Deer Park fence is developing well, as are the saplings planted by younger members of the community last year. We would not be able to maintain the Lakes without the support of our group of Working Party Volunteers. Amongst the many maintenance tasks they have erected three new benches, repaired notice boards, planted trial patches of wild flowers and cleared areas of surplus ivy and shrubs. Our plans for the future include preservation of the ice house and further necessary tree works - particularly to the Plane tree, which is showing signs of internal decay. As a Nature Reserve we are always seeking ways to improve biodiversity, and members of the W.I. have offered to plant further areas of wild flowers. New working party volunteers are very welcome including teenagers to join our regular three lads. Upcoming dates are: Saturday 5 December 2015 Saturday 9 January 2016 Saturday 13 February 2016 Saturday 12 March 2016 Saturday 9 April 2016
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Monthly Surgeries 1st Saturday each month Adderbury Church House- 12 noon-1pm Milton, Black Boy - 12 noon-1pm
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Working parties meet at Lake Walk Car Park at 9.00am – or just come along and find the group around the Lakes when you can. Bring strong gloves and if possible any loppers, shears, rakes or spades. Coffee and biscuits are provided at break time and the parties finish by 12 noon. Contact Phil Mansell on 810442 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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And if you have any views or ideas about the Lakes do please get in touch. Diane Bratt Chairman Adderbury Lakes Local Nature Reserve Contact: email@example.com 810212 1212
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Last month, Mikki Aston CPAGB gave a presentation entitled ‘Jerusalem and Istanbul two ancient cities.’ A widely travelled photographer, Mikki introduced her audience first to the religious tapestry of Jerusalem with its Crusader walls and, through her camera, to life in the four quarters of the old city: the Muslim, Armenian, Christian and Jewish quarters. The Muslim quarter is the largest and most populated, with many religious sites, stunning medieval Islamic architecture and busy bazaars. Mikki showed a range of photographs, demonstrating her skill at landscape and street photography, including the use of a ‘fish eye’ lens to provide unusual images of people and architecture. She then visited the Jewish Quarter with its ancient Roman Carder Street, the old Byzantine bazaar and Hasidic Jews at the West Wall. Continuing, Mikki went on to the Christian quarter and the site of Jesus’ death, burial and resurrection, before ending in the smaller Armenian quarter - which has been continuously occupied since 1st century BC. In the second part of her presentation, Mikki took us to Istanbul, a large city divided by the Bosporus that separates the Christian and Arab communities. Once capital of the Eastern Roman Empire, the city is characterised by religious and Byzantine architecture, such as the Hagia Sophia, existing in close proximity to once fine buildings that have long since become derelict. A mix that provided opportunities for many contrasting images. Mikki concluded with her usual street photography, commenting that the different religious clerics in both cities appeared to live in friendly harmony, without religious or ethnic factionalism. A most interesting presentation by an articulate, accomplished photographer, given with a great deal of humour, that was much appreciated by her audience. The next meetings of the Society are on 2 December, when John Credland APAGB will give a presentation on ‘Salon des Refusées,’ and a Members’ Evening on 6 January entitled ‘My three best images of 2015.’ Then Simon Lutter returns on 20 January to lead a Workshop on ‘Correct exposure.’ All meetings are at 7.30pm in the Cartwright Hotel, Aynho. Everyone is welcome, please come along and meet us all. John Branton, www.addphoto.co.uk.
Christmas parking news! From 28 November until 10 January inclusive Cherwell District council's owned and operated car parks will offer free parking every day from 3.00pm so that Christmas shoppers can take advantage of what's on offer in Banbury and Bicester.
Save the Children
Our recent collection raised the wonderful sum of £512. A big thank you to all those who gave so generously. Rhoda Callow 1717
Katharine House Hospice CHRISTMAS BAG PACK DAYS-‐ VOLUNTEERS NEEDED As part of our Christmas fundraising, we are holding three supermarket Bag Pack Days and are looking for volunteers to help on the day. Do you have 1.5 hours available to help pack shoppers’ bags? We have been offered: Sainsbury’s Banbury store on Wednesday 9 December The Co-‐op, Chipping Norton on Monday 14 December Tesco’s Banbury store on Tuesday 15 December We have 1.5 hour shifts available from 9.30am to 3.30pm and would be delighted to hear from anyone who would like to come along and lend a hand. Please call Sarah Brennan on 816484 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
PADDOCK & ORCHARD GRASS MAINTENANCE AT REASONABLE PRICES. Types of work undertaken: Re-seeding, mowing/topping, harrowing, rolling, fertiliser spreading and spraying. Contact Martin Cherry
Tel: 01295 780135 Mobile: 07785 916252
Christmas Knitted Novelties Our knitted novelties are available from our seven local charity shops, all knitted by our wonderful team of volunteers! Each novelty is filled with a chocolate and sold for £1. Perfect for table decorations or stocking fillers (please note, they do contain nuts), this year we have Santas, snowmen, penguins, robins, Santa hats, Christmas puddings and festive hedgehogs. CHRISTMAS QUILT RAFFLE Tickets are on sale for our annual Christmas Quilt Raffle, with the chance to win one of two beautiful handmade quilts. The Material Girls Quilting group from Banbury have made a 60” x 60” lilac, blue and white appliqued quilt, whilst an Adderbury supporter has made a brightly coloured children’s alphabet quilt in a small single size. Tickets are £1 and can be purchased from KHH reception and any of our seven charity shops. Christmas Cards This year we have 16 beautiful new designs on offer, including local scenes and these are now on sale at our seven charity shops and Hospice reception. Our 2016 Local Scenes calendar is also available, priced at £4.50. KHH Lottery Our lottery is a vital income source for Katharine House, having raised over £1 million since May 2000. If you’re stuck for a Christmas present idea, we have a variety of Lottery Gift Membership solutions. For £1 per week you might get a phone call on a Friday morning from Wendy our Lottery Administrator telling you that you’ve won £1,000 -‐ Wendy loves making that call! For more information call the Lottery Office on 816484 or email email@example.com. For fundraising information, please contact Sarah in the Fundraising Department at the Hospice, tel:01295 816484, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website: www.khh.org.uk Sarah Brennan, Community Fundraiser 1818
ADDERBURY COMMUNITY FOOD MARKET MAKES GRANT AWARDS
Adderbury, Deddington & District Photographic Society
Welcomes new members of all abilities and all age groups.
After two years’ successful trading Adderbury’s notfor-profit community food market has been able to make four awards to village organisations.
We meet on the first Wednesday of each month at The Cartwright Hotel, Aynho commencing at 7.30pm. Why not give us a try – just turn up at the next meeting – you will be sure of a warm welcome
Further to sponsoring Party in the Park in June, the Market has now helped Adderbury Scouts to buy a new catering tent, Christopher Rawlins School to buy new stage lighting, and Adderbury Institute to buy new tables. Cheques were handed over at the November Market. The Market plans to make more awards later in 2016 – details from Nick Fennell on 811059 The next Market is on Thursday December 17 from 6pm to 8pm, where there will be a cornucopia of festive fare, some scrumptious supper and a well-stocked bar – plus a bit of Christmas entertainment! Will we see you there? www.market.adderbury.org
Wendy Meagher 01869 336216 www.addphoto.co.uk
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As the year comes to an end we would like to thank everyone for their support at all our FOSMA events during 2015. Our Christmas cards (see below) and FOSMA wine (which makes a wonderful Christmas present!) are still for sale – details from Trish Fennell on 811059 or Val Scarff on 810386. Wine enquiries to Janet Morgan 810498. On 16 January 2016 we welcome back Jonathan White who has very kindly agreed to give another of his spellbinding talks in the Institute. It is entitled ‘Damavand – A Ski Ascent of Iran’s Iconic Volcano’. In April 2015 a team from the Alpine Club made the trip to this country which for nearly 40 years has been off the beaten-track. At 5671m, Damavand is the highest mountain in the Middle East and the highest volcano in Asia, and it towers above the rest of the Albortz range between Tehran and the Caspian Sea. Jonathan will also look at some of the logistical hurdles that the team had to overcome to get there in these politically changing times, and their experiences of the visiting the Islamic Republic. Watch the village website and Banbury Guardian for details of tickets for this not-to-be missed event. The FOSMA committee would like to wish everyone a very Happy and Peaceful Christmas. Trish Fennell, Chairman
FOCAL NEWS ADDERBURY LIBRARY – VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED ADDERBURY Library Volunteers are a fundamental part of the team that supports the day-to-day operation of the library. The role includes: •
Keeping the library stocks tidy and attractively displayed
Helping customers to find and choose books
Helping customers to use self-service and the public computers
There are many reasons for volunteering - to support a cause you believe in, to gain new skills and experiences, to meet new friends, to help people and give something to the community. If you are interested then why not drop into the Library or contact our Volunteer Organiser Bobbie Howard at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you seen the Exhibition of art by local artists in the library? Your chance to buy Christmas gifts and support the Library Drop in and have a look and, on Fridays, why not have a coffee at the same time!
VILLAGE CHRISTMAS POST Take your cards, for village delivery to Adderbury library, pay twenty five pence (£0.25) per card and post them in a post box provided in the library. They will be delivered by volunteers with all proceeds going to help keep the library open. Available from 1-20 December. All proceeds go to FOCAL.
CHRISTMAS FESTIVE MORNING Saturday 12 December in the Library Mulled wine, craft stalls and a prize draw for a superb hamper. All proceeds to FOCAL - helping to keep your library open. 2424
DOWNLOAD EBOOKS FOR FREE Did you know that you could loan library books on your ereader?? • Best selling titles for mobile devices and ereaders (except Kindle) • Download and start reading instantly • Loans expire automatically – no fines • No need to visit the library To find out how and set up your device, visit the Library on either : 7 January 2016 from 2.00pm to 5.00pm 12 January 2016 from 3.00pm to 7.00pm We will guide you through the set up process . Teas and coffee will be available. Ebooks and eAudio are just two of the many online services available to you. You can also: • Renew library loans • Access reference books • Search the catalogue • Reserve items for collection • And in the library you can access family history sites for FREE WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE
BURNS NIGHT SUPPER - 22 January 2016 in the Institute Celebrate the life and works of the Scottish bard Robert Burns at the now legendary Adderbury Burns Night supper. An evening of Scottish entertainment: including a welcome drink, a traditional supper, witty speeches, a glass of whisky for the toasts followed by Scottish dancing. Tickets are £17.50 each and all proceeds will go to Christopher Rawlins Primary School. Spaces are limited so book early, individually or for a table of 8. In 2014 we sold out! Tickets from Stephanie Lea 812204 or email@example.com. 25 25
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For our first October meeting our lovely fish and chip man arrived on time and members were able to buy an excellent, freshly cooked, meal from his van. This was followed by a Bring and Buy which raised £60.45 for club funds. Our treasurer, Pat, closed the afternoon with songs and music from her key board. Unfortunately our film, "The Most Exotic Marigold Hotel ", at our second meeting on the 28 October was not so well attended as usual. We wish a Happy Christmas and New year to all our members and those that have supported our outings throughout the season and all the Contact committee who faithfully print our diaries and programmes. We still need someone to provide speakers and entertainment for the coming year. If you could help please contact Rhoda (810964) or Dot (811209) we would love to see you.
ACAG, the Adderbury Conservation Action Group, held its Annual General Meeting on 30 October. We agreed to maintain our policy, that is to try to ensure Adderbury remains a village and does not get so enlarged that it gradually becomes absorbed into Banbury. Specifically, we campaign to prevent development outside the RURAL SETTLEMENT BOUNDARY. We understand the national pressure for more housing but 182 new houses are in the process of being built on the boundaries of our village, and ACAG considers that this should be the limit.
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PARISH COUNCIL Notes The Parish Council met on 20 October. In Open forum the PC agreed to discuss at the next meeting the celebrations for the Queen’s 90th Birthday on Saturday 4 June 2016. Other matters raised were speeding traffic on Horn Hill Road and the materials which Banner/CALA Homes were proposing to use on the Milton Road development. PLANNING: No observations had been made in respect of: Mr Matthew Gough, land west of Horn Hill Road; Mrs Brown, The Rookery, High Street. Smiths of Bloxham, Newland Caravan Park, Bloxham Road, Milton. Observations had been made in respect of: Ms V Dark, Wisteria House, The Green. Objections had been raised regarding: Mr William Aylward, Land south of Little Shotover and East of Cherry Tree Cottage, Horn Hill Road; Sir Martin Jacomb, The Manor House, Mill Lane. Currently under consideration were: Mr Michael Sykes, Westway Cottage, Horn Hill Road; Mr and Mrs Tony Rutter, 11 Sydenham Close; Gladman Developments, Land to the west of The Crescent, Twyford; Ms Pat Smith, Hillside, 7 Water Lane; Mr and Mrs I Dunstan, The Old House, Tanners Lane. The Parish Council would be reiterating its comments with regard to the use of all stone in the development by Banner Homes on land north of Milton Road because it was adjacent to the stone buildings of the conservation area and would impact on the view of these buildings when entering the village. The PC would be objecting to the planning application submitted by Gladman Developments. YOUTH CLUB: The £700 that had been kept by the PC on behalf of the Youth Club would be spent on the play equipment project. NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN: The Plan had been completed and would be submitted to Karen Moore by Friday 23 October. It was hoped that a meeting would be held on Monday 16 November to consider her comments. One person had attended the last PC surgery to discuss the grass cutting. Councillor Phipps had started to refresh the website and would keep Councillors up to date with progress. It was decided to locate a bench near to the entrance of Faulkners Close. The request for a tool shed at Plot 16 of the allotments was approved. The PC would not support the request to move the bus stop from Chapel Lane to The Green as it was felt that it would cause traffic issues. The County Council would be contacted about the issue of buses getting stuck on the High Street by the Tythe Barn due to the parked vehicles blocking the road. The PC would contact the CC about a proposal for a pinch point on Horn Hill Road to aid traffic calming.
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New Bowlers and Social Members always welcome. Membership Available: Bowling, Junior Bowling & Social (only £6 per annum). For further details contact: Roger Hack 01295 268565 or Club 01295 811118 Or pop along during club opening hours to have a look around Social Club Opening hours May – September
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ADDERBURY AND MILTON FEOFFEE’S CHARITY Grants are available for school leavers going onto Further Education, University or Apprenticeships. The criteria for Students is that they must have lived in the village for 3 years. The deadline each year is 1 January and grants will be awarded at the end of February, after the meeting of the Trustees. Each application will be assessed individually and confidentially by the Trustees. Application forms available from Mrs. Margaret Clinkard, 31 Deene Close, Adderbury.
Assistance Fund This is a long-established fund within the Feoffee Charity. It is there to help when times are hard. We cover all age groups, young and old, and can offer help to all who have lived in the village for a period of three years or more. To apply for help, please request a form from: S. Peissel, Church Farm Stables, Milton, OX15 4HH 3434
ADDERBURY GUIDES Last month, we did one of my very favourite events in Guiding (see pictures on pp. 1 & 2). We went down to Wembley stadium to see Ella Henderson up close and personal. In other words, it was Big Gig time. The Big Gig is a Guides-only pop concert: raging music, big names in pop, crazy costumes and glow-sticks. Our leader Mary likes to grumble that she wishes they turned it down a little bit – no chance. There were ten thousand Guides there, screaming at the top of their voices and singing along to people like Nathan Sykes and Aston Merrygold. ‘Everybody get stupid’? Yep, pretty much sums it up. Adderbury rocked up wearing black sparkly cowboy hats, which may I say looked gorgeous. We then unleashed the girls to buy glowing objects of some description, which they did exceptionally well. Wait! We had a special guest at the Big Gig who we haven’t yet mentioned! At camp, I won a ‘guess the name of the teddy’ competition. Please welcome to Adderbury Guides, our mascot, Rio the teddy. It was a bit noisy for him at the Big Gig, but he was very excited to go on an adventure all the way to London with the girls. Want to come and join the party? Please contact Mary Brodey 01869 338397 firstname.lastname@example.org Emma Brodey (Young Leader with Adderbury Guides)
Christmas on the Upton Front Upton House is being transformed to take visitors back in time to Christmas in the 1940s. This Christmas, visitors to Upton House will have the chance to experience what celebrating the festive period was like during the wartime years. Upton House will be prepared for a truly nostalgic Christmas from 28 November. In true make do and mend style, hundreds of decorations will be made by our brilliant volunteers and visitors.
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A wartime Christmas Fayre will start the celebrations on the 5 and 6 December with tents and stalls brimming over with local food and handcrafted gifts. Father Christmas will also be visiting every weekend to have brunch or tea with families after some wartime games and delicious rations! Exclusive evening blackout tours will also be available throughout December after which cocoa and crumpets will be served from our cosy kitchen. For booking information, prices and opening times visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/uptonhouse 3737
A"festive"frolic"through"the"beautiful"village"of"Adderbury." Stopping"off"at"every"pub"to"sing"carols"and"be"merry."Raising" funds"for"Katharine"House"Hospice." FIREWORKS 2015 THANK YOU!
" Musicians"and"singers"more"than"welcome."Mince"pie"eaters" and"Christmas"tipple"drinkers"even"more"welcome."
On Saturday 7 November, our prayers were answered (again) - the rain stopped, the wind calmed down and the sun even shone for the third PTFA Adderbury Fireworks Night at Bo Peep Farm!
" " The"Pickled"Ploughman"(7.00pm)"
We welcomed over 1,300 visitors who enjoyed the fantastic fireworks, fun games, delicious food and a fabulous atmosphere. At the time of going to press, we are still counting up the money but it looks like we have raised about ÂŁ3,500 for the school.
The"Red"Lion"(7.30pm"approx.)" The"Coach"and"Horses"(8.00pm" approx.)"
Thank you so much to the whole village and school community for supporting us and helping us to make this year's event an incredible success. A big thank you also to Bo Peep Farm, Ben Wild and the team at New Folium, Adderbury Running Club, Sibford School, Bloxham School, Deddington Primary School PTFA, Bloxham Primary School, Holmes & Holmes, Radio Horton, Sian Phillips, and our team of wonderful volunteers who helped on the night. To James Vinciguerra for designing the posters and to JDP Solutions for the printing. Also to Adderbury Stores, The Bell, The Coach & Horses and Adderbury Library for selling tickets. We are also massively grateful to our fabulous and very generous sponsors Bloor Homes, Spratt Endicott and Edd Frost & Daughters.
The"Bell"Inn"(8.30pm"approx.)" "" " " "
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ANYONE FOR KNITTING AND CHAT? Many people express frustration about the refugee crisis in Europe saying they feel “helpless to help”. So the Churches in Adderbury are going to provide an opportunity to put that right! We are setting up a knitting group where we can get together to knit blanket squares, scarves and other warm clothing for refugees. The group will meet at the Methodist Chapel Hall on Monday afternoons from 2.30 to 4.00pm starting on 11 January. Anyone is welcome of any faith or none, and of any knitting ability! Tea & coffee will be served. Everything produced will be sent to “Hand in Hand for Syria” via a similar group meeting in Oxford. To start us off we need spare wool, needles or patterns. So if you have anything that might be useful, please leave them at St Mary's Church, Adderbury or bring them along on the day. Thank you. Adderbury Churches Outreach Group
LETTER TO THE EDITOR It would seem that the subject of dogs fouling on the Lucy Plackett field has become an issue. I was a dog owner, and I totally agree that the minority who don't clean up after their dogs gives us all a bad name, and any fines incurred are justified in my view. I'm as annoyed as anyone if I step in a dog's mess. I believe that it is a minority of the population that offends in this way, but one of the by-products of that kind of inconsideration is limited space that responsible dog owners can exercise their pets off-lead. I'm sure many elderly folk cannot or do not wish to walk up to and through the fields outside the village. What I find a more of an issue is that of the language of the footballers, and the litter that remains after a match. Personally, the language doesn't bother me, but my 65-year-old mother doesn't wish to hear it when she's pottering about or relaxing in her garden. The Lucy Plackett field is there for the community to enjoy responsibly, and is plenty big enough for everyone. A little consideration and responsible behaviour by all would go a long way. 40 40
A WORD ABOUT FLY TIPPING from Banbury Neighbourhood policing Fly tipping is the common term used to describe waste that has been illegally deposited causing damage to the environment, costing businesses, landowners and tax payers millions every year. By law it is a Householder’s responsibility to check that anyone removing waste from their property is authorised to do so. Check that waste carriers are genuine and that they hold a legitimate waste carriers licence. To do this, contact the Environment Agency on: 03708 506506 or on line at http://epr.environment-agency.gov.uk/ ePRInternet/SearchRegisters.aspx. Most large skip companies will display their waste carrier licence number in the windscreen of their vehicle. If they are not registered, residents should refuse their service. If they claim to be registered but do not have any paperwork, residents can telephone the Environment Agency on 03708 506506 and request an instant Waste Carrier Validation. You should also record the registration number of any vehicle removing waste from your home and pay by cheque as payments can be traced if the waste is fly tipped. If they insist on cash refuse their service and request a receipt for their service. Reporting Fly tipping: Where household waste has been dumped (fly tipped) on adopted highway, residents should contact their local authority / Borough Council who will arrange for its removal. Where household waste has been dumped (fly tipped) private land, the land owner will be responsible for its removal by a licensed waste carrier. You should note that Councils can fine householders that hire a company to take materials away from their house that end up fly tipped To find out more about waste crime visit: www.environment-agency.gov.uk/ wastecrime
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